Donation from vzw Zuiderlicht In June, the non-profit association Zuiderlicht from Belgium once again surprised the 6 projects it supports with a wonderful donation. Zuiderlicht is a second-hand shop in Genk to support projects in the South (South America, Africa and Asia), which is run entirely by volunteers. Beautiful donated clothing items are sold at […]
Añañau is a nonprofit and non-governmental organization that works to empower disadvantaged children and families through sustainable education and development projects in Peru.
Añañau (pronounced as a·nja·njau) is an expression in Quechua, the old language that is still spoken in the Andes, that mothers use to say ‘how beautiful’ and ‘how sweet’ their child is, a tenderness from the mother’s heart.
Too often children and youths from deprived families and ethnic minorities are lost out of sight. This is what Añañau wants to change, in order that they also receive the same opportunities as others and have access to quality and inclusive education. Be a part and help us to support our mission!
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
Añañau aims to offer each child a meaningful future. This implies that every child is entitled to good intellectual, quality and inclusive education.
In addition to an annual medical campaign, we also work in Añañau around good health through a variety of educational workshops and psycho-education.
Music@theCasino fundraising event of vzw Qué bonito!
On Saturday the 20th of November 2021, the non-profit organization vzw Qué bonito! (Belgium) organizes again the musical benefit event 'Music@theCasino' in the Casino Modern in Waterschei, Genk for the benefit of the project of Añañau in Cusco, Peru.
As in previous years, we want to spoil you again with a wonderful musical program. More info will follow shortly. Make a note already of the event in your agenda and inform family, friends and acquaintances!
Thank you to our Partners & Sponsors
We are proud to be supported and partnered with the following organizations working to advance the opportunities for children and adolescents in Cusco, Peru and worldwide.